risa wrote:rinkrat19 wrote:risa wrote:rinkrat19 wrote:You're a reverse splitter. Those are more common than splitters. They probably keep some of both in reserve until they see how many of each kind they need to admit to maintain both medians.
Am I? I have never been quite sure what the term means but never though of myself as one! Reverse splitter is high GPA lower LSAT?
Splitters have LSAT over the median/GPA under the median. Reverse splitters have GPA over the median/LSAT under the median.
There are more high GPAs than high LSATs, so splitters are more rare than reverse splitters.
Gotcha. Thanks for clarifying I don't think I actually realized that whether or not you're a splitter may differ from school to school.
Well, it's kind of both. Like, I'm a splitter at NU. But to Harvard I'm just an idiot with terrible numbers.